Impacts of Beef Cattle–Grazing Systems on Cattle Distribution and Streambank Erosion

@inproceedings{Haan2006ImpactsOB,
  title={Impacts of Beef Cattle–Grazing Systems on Cattle Distribution and Streambank Erosion},
  author={Mathew M. Haan and Julia RussellJ. Russell and Daniel G. Morrical and Daryl R. Strohbehn and Wendy J. Powers and Shelly Moeller and John L. Kovar},
  year={2006}
}
Many of Iowa’s surface waters contain high sediment and phosphorus(P) concentrations. It is recognized that overgrazing along pasture streams may result in soil erosion and manure deposition that contribute to P loading of pasture streams. Little research has evaluated the effects of grazing management on sediment and P loading of pasture streams in the Midwest, but grazing management is still generally considered to limit sediment and P loading of pasture streams. The objective of this study… CONTINUE READING

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